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Tandy 1000

The Tandy 1000 was a line of more or less PC compatible systems produced by the Tandy Corporation for sale in its Radio Shack[?] chain of stores.

The machine was geared toward home-use and a modest budget, and it copied the IBM PCjr[?]'s 16-color capable graphics and 3-voice sound, but didn't use the PCjr cartridge ports. Most Tandy 1000 computers had MS-DOS built into ROM and could boot in a few seconds.

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